Parking protesters have received an assurance that Angus Council is looking at the controversial charges which are claimed to have had an instant negative impact on local town centres.
From the outset I’ll hold my hands up to being in breach of a self-imposed Monday Matters rule.
A Kirriemuir service set the scene for the weekend of Angus remembrance.
“All hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, Thane of Glamis!” has rung out between the walls of Glamis Castle in an innovative audio production first for the Angus landmark.
A court is being asked to consider waiting months to put an electronic tag on an obstinate Angus offender because his ankle swells up in winter.
Extra double yellow lines are to be laid down around Angus Council’s Forfar HQ over growing safety concerns about streets clogged up by local authority staff.
A hero’s granddaughter made the poignant pilgrimage to Angus for a sombre seaside service in his honour ahead of the main Armistice Day commemorations.
A Carnoustie man who smashed a glass on the head of a German tourist before carrying out a brutal assault on an English golf fan in the lead up to July’s summer’s Open Championship has avoided jail.
An Angus man who made a false accusation his ex-partner had cut him has been told he could be sent to prison.
Angus Council is to contact hundreds of people who have registered for parking permits to clarify the rules of the new system.